UCLA Magazine features graduate student Kotrina Kajokaite’s work with the monkey project.
UCLA Magazine’s article about Susan Perry’s first 25 years of research on white-faced capuchins.
written by Chris Hirsh, a volunteer field assistant on the project White-Faced Capuchin Monkeys (Cebus capucinus) are widely accepted as some of the most intelligent monkeys in the entire New […]
written by Amy Scott, a volunteer field assistant on the project Two months ago I was amazed at the monkeys’ ability to spot a camouflaged cascabel (rattlesnake) hidden among spiny […]
The following post is from Wiebke Lammers, “monera suprema.” This year, Wiebke left us after a decade of service to the monkey project. She is currently a graduate student in the […]
by Joana Griciute When I came to Costa Rica to spend a year working as a field assistant for a respected researcher and mentor Prof. Susan Perry, I wasn’t expecting […]
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